This Infrastructure Ontario project is a standing model of how retrofitting and modernizing an older building can significantly reduce its carbon footprint. The project was one of the largest of its kind in the North American landscape, and resulted in LEED Gold Certification of the iconic government building. The retrofit was split up into several phases, with OZZ Electric assuming responsibility for Phase 2; the tenant fit up of all six floors.
OZZ Electric was responsible for the supply and installation of extensive electrical distribution equipment for Tenant Improvement Upgrades throughout the building. The project consisted of the relocation of four UPSs from another facility, the supply and installation of a Hubbell data communication system, lighting (LED included), a low voltage lighting control system, as well as Fire Alarm upgrades.